Province/ Territory Alberta

Glenbow Museum Climate Lens CLIMATE CHANGE RESILIENCE ASSESSMENT FINAL REPORT

Posted on

The Glenbow Museum was originally constructed in 1976 and is in the Design Development Stage of a major capital project to revitalize and redesign the building exterior and interior spaces. This report provides a summary of the methodology and outcomes from the Climate Change Resilience Assessment (“the resilience assessment”) completed as a requirement for funding through Infrastructure Canada’s Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) – Community, Culture and Recreation Stream. The assessment was completed to fully satisfy requirements in the … Read more

Province/ Territory Alberta

FOREST LAWN MULTIPLEX CLIMATE CHANGE RESILIENCE ASSESSMENT

Posted on

The Forest Lawn Multiplex is proposed to replace several community services and recreation amenities distributed throughout the Forest Lawn Neighbourhood in a central location. The Forest Lawn Multiplex will improve the quality and accessibility of a wide range of community services in a diverse and traditionally underserved neighbourhood. As the project is early in the planning phase, WSP was commissioned by the City of Calgary to complete a Climate Change Resilience Assessment to consider resilience through the long-term life span … Read more

Province/ Territory Alberta

CITY OF CALGARY POTABLE WATER COLLECTION, TREATMENT AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

Posted on

The City of Calgary (The City), in cooperation with Engineers Canada, embarked on a project to assess the potential vulnerability of its water supply infrastructure to climate change. This vulnerability assessment was conducted in partnership with Engineers Canada (the business name for the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers), who has established the Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) to oversee a national engineering assessment of the vulnerability of Canadian public infrastructure to changing climatic conditions. Attachments City of Calgary Potable … Read more

Province/ Territory Alberta

CITY OF EDMONTON ASSESSMENT FOR THE QUESNELL BRIDGE

Posted on

This Quesnell Bridge case study was undertaken following the steps outlined in the PIEVC Engineering Protocol for Climate Change Infrastructure Vulnerability Assessment (October 2007) (the Protocol) which was developed by PIEVC for the purpose of providing a uniform platform in assessing infrastructure vulnerability to climate change. The five major steps in the protocol guide the practitioner in defining the project parameters and gathering relevant information, then, subsequently, in performing qualitative and indicator analyses to identify whether vulnerability exists in certain … Read more